Brass is corrosion resistant. It is well known that corrosion and rust are the two main factors affecting the life of metals. Therefore, it’s related to the life of metal that how to resist corrosion and rust. Fortunately, brass does not corrode or rust even in worst corrosive water.
In particular, when arsenic or tin is added to the brass, the brass will become dezinc-resistant brass. It will have more corrosion resistant and a longer service life. It is widely used in potable water fittings. Dezincification resistant brass is also known as brass c352 or DZR (in United Kingdom) or DR (in Australia).
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